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My First Music Theory Book

Author : Lina Ng
ISBN : 9679856054
Genre : Music
File Size : 58.86 MB
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A colorful, imaginative, and highly absorbing introduction to music theory for the younger student. Packed with exciting exercises and entertaining characters, this is the ideal introduction to theory for a young instrumentalist.
Category: Music

My First Note Book

Author : Ada Richter
ISBN : OSU:32435057534893
Genre : Music theory
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Category: Music theory

The Jazz Theory Book

Author : Mark Levine
ISBN : 9781457101458
Genre : Music
File Size : 70.58 MB
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The most highly-acclaimed jazz theory book ever published! Over 500 pages of comprehensive, but easy to understand text covering every aspect of how jazz is constructed---chord construction, II-V-I progressions, scale theory, chord/scale relationships, the blues, reharmonization, and much more. A required text in universities world-wide, translated into five languages, endorsed by Jamey Aebersold, James Moody, Dave Liebman, etc.
Category: Music

Catalog Of Copyright Entries

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
ISBN : STANFORD:36105006281021
Genre : Copyright
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Enjoying Music Theory

Author : Pressley Murillo
ISBN : 0986415421
Genre :
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I can't speak for all music theory books in existence. That would be absurd. I refer to the couple dozen or so books I have read and used to teach theory. There seems to be a consistency in the way one writes about music theory. Like many textbooks, the book is talking "at" you. It gives you the concept you need to work on, how to go about doing it, and that's it. I have chosen a different route. I want to talk to you, not at you. The writing style of this book is conversational on purpose. Sure, I can write in academic-ese with foot long words and take pages upon pages to describe each minute detail. I have a Doctorate in Music. I am choosing not to write this way. My ultimate goal is to make learning music theory fun and completely accessible. In my experience, people enjoy reading short stories and don't enjoy reading textbooks. So this is a theory "textbook" written as a conversation with you. The "you" part of that last sentence is another pet peeve of mine. Theory books I have used have teacher books and student books. The teacher gets a whole other book with answers, how to teach material, and a plethora of other things. I have incorporated all of that into the same book. I want the students to see everything the teacher sees in the learning process of becoming fluent in music theory. This may not be everyone's "cup of tea." The students who have been using my textbook laugh frequently and are engaged in the whole learning process. I think learning music theory this way is fun. Give it a try. Contact me at www.lauraharrisonmusic.com if you have any questions.
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The Everything Essential Music Theory Book

Author : Marc Schonbrun
ISBN : 9781440583391
Genre : Music
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Offers comprehensive musical understanding, including explanations of scales, chords, and harmonization.
Category: Music

String Theory Book Two

Author : Kirsten Beyer
ISBN : 9781471105982
Genre : Fiction
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When Captain Janeway orders the investigation of a peculiar and dangerous anomaly tied to an alien civilization, it sets in motion a chain of events bridging Voyager's past with its future, forcing choices upon the crew with terrible repercussions, and discoveries beyond their wildest expectations. In this second novel of an exciting 3-part odyssey, Tuvok, Voyager's Vulcan security chief, answers a cosmic siren song that puts him on the verge of startling transformation, testing the crew's continued cohesion by challenging its assumptions about loyalty, duty, free will, and friendship.
Category: Fiction

Lives Of The Laureates

Author : William Breit
ISBN : 9780262012768
Genre : Business & Economics
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Autobiographical accounts by twenty-three Nobel laureates give a picture of the richness of contemporary economic thought and insights into the creative process. Lives of the Laureates offers readers an informal history of modern economic thought as told through autobiographical essays by twenty-three winners of the Nobel Prize in Economics. The essays not only provide unique insights into major economic ideas of our time but also shed light on the processes of intellectual discovery and creativity. This fifth edition adds five recent Nobel laureates to its list of contributors: Vernon L. Smith (2002), Clive W. J. Granger (2003), Edward C. Prescott (2004), Thomas C. Schelling (2005) and Edmund S. Phelps (2006). Also included is the editors' revised afterword, "Lessons from the Laureates." Lives of the Laureates grows out of a continuing lecture series at Trinity University in San Antonio, which invites Nobelists from American universities to describe their evolution as economists in personal as well as technical terms. Each laureate achieves the goal of clarity without sacrificing inherently difficult content: Kenneth Arrow makes grasping the essentials of his "impossibility theorem" painless; Lawrence Klein clearly presents what goes into econometric "model building"; George Stigler masterfully describes his "information theory"; and so on. These lectures demonstrate the richness and diversity of contemporary economic thought. The reader will find that paths cross in unexpected ways--that disparate thinkers were often influenced by the same teachers--and that luck as well as hard work plays a role in the process of scientific discovery.
Category: Business & Economics

Revisiting Institutionalism In Sociology

Author : Seth Abrutyn
ISBN : 9781134463497
Genre : Social Science
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There may not be a concept so central to sociology, yet so vaguely defined in its contemporary usages, than institution. In Revisiting Institutionalism in Sociology, Abrutyn takes an in-depth look at what institutions are by returning to some of the insights of classical theorists like Max Weber and Herbert Spencer, the functionalisms of Talcott Parsons and S.N. Eisenstadt, and the more recent evolutionary institutionalisms of Gerhard Lenski and Jonathan Turner. Returning to the idea that various levels of social reality shape societies, Abrutyn argues that institutions are macro-level structural and cultural spheres of action, exchange, and communication. They have emergent properties and dynamics that are not reducible to other levels of social reality. Rather than fall back on old functionalist solutions, Abrutyn offers an original and synthetic theory of institutions like religion or economy; the process by which they become autonomous, or distinct cultural spaces that shape the color and texture of action, exchange, and communication embedded within them; and how they gain or lose autonomy by theorizing about institutional entrepreneurship. Finally, Abrutyn lays bare the inner workings of institutions, including their ecology, the way structure and culture shape lower-levels of social reality, and how they develop unique patterns of stratification and inequality founded on their ecology, structure, and culture. Ultimately, Abrutyn offers a refreshing take on macrosociology that brings functionalist, conflict, and cultural sociologies together, while painting a new picture of how the seemingly invisible macro-world influences the choices humans make and the goals we set.
Category: Social Science

Realistic Socio Legal Theory

Author : Brian Z. Tamanaha
ISBN : 0198265603
Genre : Law
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Combining philosophical pargmatism with a methodological foundation, Tamanaha formulates a framework for a realistic approach to socio-legal theory. The strengths of this approach are contrasted with that of the major schools of socio-legal theory by application to core issues in this area.Thus Tamanaha explores the problematic state of socio-legal studies, the relationship between behaviour and meaning, the notion of legal ideology, the problem of indeterminacy in rule following and application, and the structure of judicial decision making. These issues are tackled in a clear andconcise fashion while articulating a social theory of law which draws equally from legal theory and socio-legal theory.
Category: Law

A Short History Of My Philosophy

Author : Agnes Heller
ISBN : 9780739146934
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A Short History of My Philosophy is an autobiographic account of Agnes Heller's intellectual and academic career. It traces the development of ideas and gives a thorough account of some of Agnes Heller's most influential works.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

North American Critical Theory After Postmodernism

Author : P. Nickel
ISBN : 9781137262868
Genre : Political Science
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In a series of interviews this book explores the formative experiences of a generation of critical theorists whose work originated in the midst of what has been called 'the postmodern turn,' including discussions of their views on the evolution of critical theory over the past 30 years and their assessment of contemporary politics.
Category: Political Science

Epistemic Game Theory

Author : Andrés Perea
ISBN : 9781107008915
Genre : Business & Economics
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The first textbook to explain the principles of epistemic game theory.
Category: Business & Economics

Capital And Credit

Author : Michio Morishima
ISBN : 0521466385
Genre : Business & Economics
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Contemporary general equilibrium theory is characteristically short-run, separated from monetary aspects of the economy, and as such does not deal with long-run problems such as capital accumulation, innovation, and the historical movement of the economy. These phenomena are discussed by growth theory, which assumes a given or shifting production function, and in turn cannot therefore deal with the fundamental problem of growth, namely how the production function is derived. Thus traditional theories have a common weakness in that they divorce real economic growth from the activities of the financial sector. This book provides a much-needed synthesis of growth theory and monetary theory. Professor Morishima draws on the work of Schumpeter, Keynes and the pre-war neoclassical economists to formulate a capital-theoretic general equilibrium theory.
Category: Business & Economics

The Family Politics And Social Theory Rle Social Theory

Author : D.H.J. Morgan
ISBN : 9781317651901
Genre : Social Science
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This book explores and clarifies all the major issues and developments within ‘family theorising’. It covers the extraordinary growth and variety of approaches to the family over the last decade, the most significant being the impact of feminism and the professional and state intervention into the family through marital and family therapy. The author focuses on the growth of family counselling, giving a detailed analysis of the Home Office publication, Marriage Matters. He looks at the rapid growth of historical studies of the family, European theoretical developments, the work of the Rapoports, the role of systems theorising, and phenomenological and critical approaches to the family. He shows the relevance of family theorising for contemporary debates about the state of marriage and the family, and argues for the centrality of ‘family themes’ within wider sociological debates.
Category: Social Science

My First Book Of Relativity

Author : Kaid-Salah Ferron Sheddad
ISBN : 1787080331
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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This companion volume to My First Book of Quantum Physics introduces complex science to children through bright illustrations and amusing text.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

A Complexity Theory For Public Policy

Author : Göktuğ Morçöl
ISBN : 9781136283475
Genre : Political Science
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Complexity theory has become popular in the natural and social sciences over the last few decades as a result of the advancements in our understanding of the complexities in natural and social phenomena. Concepts and methods of complexity theory have been applied by scholars of public affairs in North America and Europe, but a comprehensive framework for these applications is lacking. A Complexity Theory for Public Policy proposes a conceptual synthesis and sets a foundation for future developments and applications. In this book, Göktuğ Morçöl convincingly makes the case that complexity theory can help us understand better the self-organizational, emergent, and co-evolutionary characteristics of complex policy systems. In doing so, he discuss the epistemological implications of complexity theory and the methods complexity researchers use, and those methods they could use. As the complexity studies spread more around the world in the coming decades, the contents of this book will become appealing to larger audiences, particularly to scholars and graduate students in public affairs. The unique combination of synthesis and explanation of concepts and methods found in this book will serve as reference frames for future works.
Category: Political Science

The Contract And Domination

Author : Carole Pateman
ISBN : 9780745636214
Genre : Philosophy
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Contract and Domination offers a bold challenge to contemporary contract theory, arguing that it should either be fundamentally rethought or abandoned altogether. Since the publication of John Rawls's A Theory of Justice, contract theory has once again become central to the Western political tradition. But gender justice is neglected and racial justice almost completely ignored. Carole Pateman and Charles Mills's earlier books, The Sexual Contract (1988) and The Racial Contract (1997), offered devastating critiques of gender and racial domination and the contemporary contract tradition's silence on them. Both books have become classics of revisionist radical democratic political theory. Now Pateman and Mills are collaborating for the first time in an interdisciplinary volume, drawing on their insights from political science and philosophy. They are building on but going beyond their earlier work to bring the sexual and racial contracts together. In Contract and Domination, Pateman and Mills discuss their differences about contract theory and whether it has a useful future, excavate the (white) settler contract that created new civil societies in North America and Australia, argue via a non-ideal contract for reparations to black Americans, confront the evasions of contemporary contract theorists, explore the intersections of gender and race and the global sexual-racial contract, and reply to their critics. This iconoclastic book throws the gauntlet down to mainstream white male contract theory. It is vital reading for anyone with an interest in political theory and political philosophy, and the systems of male and racial domination.
Category: Philosophy